1) “God Friended Me,” 8 p.m., CBS. Next week, this likable show ends its two-season run. Tonight’s episode might set that up: Earlier, Miles responded to a “God account” suggestion by helping Rose re-unite with Lt. Freemont. The problem: Now Trevor (Ben Rappaport) says that ruined his life. While trying to help Trevor resolve his feelings for Rose, Miles (shown here) starts pondering his feelings for Cara.
2) “American Idol,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. More than other days, Sundays have been hit by virus-related shutdowns. Today was supposed to be the start of a new “Fargo” edition and the second week of a “Walking Dead” spin-off; both have been postponed. For “Idol,” it was supposed to be the second live episode, with viewers voting. Instead, the show has created a two-part, four-hour look at the final 21 contestants, Here’s the second half; next week, the competition might resume.
3) “Masterpiece: World on Fire,” 9 p.m., ABC. As the war grows, characters sprawl across Europe. Lois sings to the troops (including her ex-lover Harry) in France. Her brother – given a choice between prison and the military – is engulfed in a fierce naval battle. Harry still loves Lois … but married Kasia, to help her leave Poland. Instead, she gave her spot to her younger brother. He’s in London and perplexed, she’s in Warsaw and militant, their older brother is on the run. It’s complex, but well-crafted.
4) “Killing Eve,” 9 p.m., BBC America and AMC. In last week’s season-opener, Villanelle was sure she had killed Eve; she hadn’t. Eve was sure life couldn’t get any worse; it did. Now Villanelle is living in luxury; Eve, broken physically and emotionally, is at Kenny’s wake. What follows is a smart (and sometimes quite funny) hour that forces Eve to link with Kenny’s mom, the spy chief she hates.
5) “Duncanville,” 8:30 p.m., Fox; and “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist,” 9 p.m., NBC. Back-to-back, we see two ways to use songs. In “Duncanville,” they’re originals – wonderfully awful ones; Jack \has written a truly terrible rock opera. In “Playlist,” they’re pop songs, letting Zoey hear other people’s thoughts. At one point, she accuses Simon of being stuck … which happens to be the show’s main flaw, as it remains stuck in the same romantic triangle. Still, there’s a dandy moment with Zoey’s parents.